Local Government Commission (New Zealand)

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The Local Government Commission is an independent statutory body established under the Local Government Act 2002 in New Zealand.

The Commission has three members who are appointed by the Minister of Local Government. Its main task is to make decisions on the structure of local government and on electoral arrangements for local authorities.

Members[edit]

Members since 1990:[1]

Name Start End
Sir Brian Elwood 1 April 1985 1 November 1992 Chair
Whetu Wereta 1 April 1990 31 March 1993
Doug Pearson 1 April 1990 31 May 1996
Ian Lawrence 1 April 1993 Chair
Barbara Durbin 1 April 1995 31 March 2001
Robin Wilkins 1 April 1996 31 March 1998
Sir Ross Jansen 8 September 1998 31 March 2001 Chair
Bruce Anderson 1 April 1998 31 March 2001
Grant Kirby June 2001 8 July 2005 Chair
Linda Constable June 2001 30 May 2005
Kerry Marshall June 2001 30 May 2005
Sue Piper 8 July 2005 Chair
Gwen Bull 1 June 2005
Wynne Raymond 8 July 2005
Colin Dale 2007 Temporary commissioner

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Commission Members since 1947". Local Government Commission. Retrieved 2010-12-14. 

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